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Don't tell anybody you didn't know.

Author: Slavko Radovich
Publisher: New York, Vantage Press [1973]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In this blistering attack on the Communist system and way of life, the author's purpose is to warn the people of the free world so that they may not be enveloped unawares by the evil of Communism. He believes that today the United States is at the peak of her progress in culture and civilization, but that this country faces a decline similar to Great Britain's, also once a world power, unless we wake up and update  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Slavko Radovich
OCLC Number: 1110282
Description: 188 pages illustrations 21 cm
Contents: What is Communism? --
"Communit Paradise" --
What workers must learn --
A word to the ladies --
The professions and other categories --
Agreements with the Communists --
The part of religion --
A personal experience --
Elections? --
Education --
Fringe benefits --
Criminal law anbd punishment --
How we are helping Communists to destroy us and the methods they use to accomplish this --
The Communist plan --
The black question --
The Communist strategy --
Suggestions for improving conditions --
Conclusion

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"In this blistering attack on the Communist system and way of life, the author's purpose is to warn the people of the free world so that they may not be enveloped unawares by the evil of Communism. He believes that today the United States is at the peak of her progress in culture and civilization, but that this country faces a decline similar to Great Britain's, also once a world power, unless we wake up and update our Constitution so that it is capable of dealing with change as it occurs"--Publisher's description, p. [2] of dust jacket.

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